The Subtle Art of Trolling Trolling the web: a guide By Steve Spumante There are some individuals out there who don't just enjoy winding up people on newsgroups and bulletin boards - it's their sad lifestyle choice! Using every known disruptive trick in the book, these troublesome types don't go out to the pub, meet members of the opposite sex or enjoy life. HTML color codes HTML color codes are hexadecimal triplets representing the colors red, green, and blue (#RRGGBB). For example, in the color red, the color code is #FF0000, which is '255' red, '0' green, and '0' blue. These color codes can be used to change the color of the background, text, and tables on a web page. Major hexadecimal color codes
Did you know This is an archive of the Did you know? section on the home page We occasionally replace the DYK section on the home page, and items are copied to here so anyone interested can browse them. To discuss suggestions for new items, please edit the talk page. Low Poly Mask by kongorilla I'm going to say something your friends have been afraid to tell you: You could stand to lose a few polygons. Here's a blank canvas for the new you. Or your Halloween costume. Or maybe your audition for store mannequin. Or your general purpose anonymity needs. Sometime in the future I hope to make a full head version, but I wanted to post what I've gotten done so far in case someone could use it for Halloween 2012.
How to Achieve Cross-Browser @font-face Support At the moment, web fonts are all the buzz. Unfortunately, achieving cross browser support is not easy. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to get custom fonts working in all of the major browsers. Preface If you haven’t been living in a cave for the past few months, you will have heard lots of talk about the @font-face CSS declaration, which lets you use custom fonts in your web pages. This is very exciting, but unfortunately every browser supports @font-face slightly differently. Atom Smasher's Error Message Generator Do not link directly to the image! No Hot-Linking! Your link will not work! Feel free to copy this image and use it on your own web site, and please link back to here. No signs were harmed during the production of this web page; IANAL; void where prohibited; subject to change with or without notice; all information provided "as is" and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness are disclaimed; no other warranty expressed or implied; this is not an offer to sell securities; use only in well-ventilated area; keep away from fire or flame; not recommended for children; this supersedes all previous notices; no Microsoft(tm) products were used during the making of this web page or any images contained herein; all trademarks remain the property of their respective owners. Be the first to find out when new generators are posted!
HTML: An Interactive Tutorial - HTML Code Guide - Index April 16, 2014: Last Chapter Update: Setting up your .com (Web Hosting Tutorial) HTML stands for the HyperText Markup Language. Web sites are created with the codes of the HTML language. HTML is extremely easy to learn, and it's completely free to code web sites with it. (You don't have to pay a license fee to use HTML.)